Judy Rush is a nationally and internationally recognized artist. Her work has been shown in numerous venues including The Kansas Art Institute, Ohio Craft Museum, The Cleveland Museum of Art, The Columbus Museum of Art, and Quilt National, a highly competitive juried art quilt show. She has won numerous awards and has had a number of solo shows. Her work is represented in many private collections around the country. She works primarily in fiber but dabbles in art making all the time.
Using the fibonacci series to develop her compositions, she uses art to navigate through the vague and unknown world of energy transfer, the mystical world and the physical world. She works on the hunch that the masters used the mathematical fibonacci series in their compositional structures to create balance and structure but also used it to camouflage alternate messages. While it is not Judy’s intent to hide messages in her work, she recognizes that people bring their own history into the experience of an art work. Judy expects that the viewer will find their own meaning revealed in her work.